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Brighton Graduation

Important Graduation Information

We are quickly approaching our graduation celebration that is scheduled to begin at 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, May 28th. Please see the list below for your assigned time slot. Graduates showing up out of order will be placed in a queue until it is their turn. Please do not show up more than 10 minutes early to your assigned time to help us in our management of this challenging process.

Free School Lunch, Breakfast to Continue through June 30

Summer break is just around the corner, but Canyons District will continue to provide free, nutritious meals to students through its curbside grab-and-go meal service.

Through June 30, 2020, all students 18 years of age and under will be able to pick up a free, nutritious sack lunch, Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at 14 convenient locations. Students also will receive a cold breakfast to refrigerate and enjoy the following day.

Please note that due to construction, the curbside meal service at Hillcrest High (350 S 900 East) will conclude on Friday, May 29, but families may choose to visit any of the other nearby locations listed below.

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Cracking the Code: Brighton High’s Kaitlyn Lowe Bests College Students in Global Programming Contest

As a high school student competing against college students in a global computer programming contest, Brighton senior Kaitlyn Lowe didn’t think she really had a chance at winning.

Nevertheless, she really wanted the t-shirt promised to all those who completed all three parts of the IBM Master the Mainframe competition, so, after completing step one and two in her Computer Science and Programming class at the Canyons Technical Education Center (CTEC), she persevered to the end on her own.

To her surprise, in January, Kaitlyn discovered that she was chosen as a regional winner of the elite competition, representing the United States. Of the other eight regional winners chosen from throughout the world, only one is a high school student. The rest are graduate and undergraduate students from as far away as Japan and Algeria.

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